Magazine article American Banker

Executive Changes

Magazine article American Banker

Executive Changes

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MIDDLE ATLANTIC

Mellon Financial Corp. in Pittsburgh has named first vice president Donald G. Mulligan a sales officer and hired John Taylor to be a sales officer at Mellon Private Asset Management.

Mr. Mulligan is based in New York. He was the New York regional manager for Mellon Private Mortgage.

He joined the company in 1986 and has 30 years of financial services experience.

Mr. Taylor, who was also named a vice president, is based in Greenwich, Conn. He was a senior vice president and the managing director in charge of trust, investment, and planning services for wealthy clients in Greenwich at First Union National Bank.

He has 25 years of experience in financial services and sales.

Mellon also hired James J. Witterschein to be a portfolio manager and a vice president at Mellon Private Asset Management.

Mr. Witterschein, who is based in New York, held a similar job at Merrill Lynch Investment Managers in Princeton, N.J.

He has 20 years of financial services experience.

OppenheimerFunds Inc. has hired Kenneth Winston to be the head of risk management, quantitative research, and product development.

He was also named a senior vice president. He is based in New York.

Mr. Winston was a principal at Richards & Tierney Inc. in Chicago, where he was in charge of international risk analysis business, quantitative investment management, and returns-based analysis software.

Before that he had been the director of research and a principal at Balch Hardy Scheinman & Winston Inc. in New York.

SOUTHEAST

AmSouth Bank in Birmingham, Ala., has promoted John A. Acosta to business banking sales manager for the west coast of Florida.

Mr. Acosta, who was also named a senior vice president, had been the business banking sales manager for the Tampa Bay region for three years since joining AmSouth. …

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